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Mar 14, 2011 4:00pm EDT
becoming extremely difficult for the japanese. and the u.s. has not flown for the areas we are told because of the nuclear threat so they are on the outlying area where there are hundreds of thousands more in need. further to the south we are on the edge of the disaster zone, and the tsunami ran through here at 10' high. where we were located there was a system in place and people were able to get away from here and no one died where we are located but yesterday we were here in the afternoon when soot warning came through and people ran in all directions but even here, 75 miles or so north of tokyo it is difficult to find food. the power is on in some places, off in others. when you get to a fuel station that is open the lines are massive, lines that stretch in some cases two- or three-miles, if they even get to the front of the line, and then the gas station is closed because there is not a drop left. the situation here is very difficult situation and we are monitoring it, and, also, monitor the situation with the nuclear locations to our north. back to you in new york. >>neil: thank you,
FOX News
Mar 25, 2011 4:00pm EDT
the u.s. toll the military personnel in japan to keep around the plant. so, we believe the evacuation zone now is voluntary evacuation but that is causing a problem for those who want to get appear because a number of people who is left but there is no gas so people have cars but have not gas for the cars. so they cannot get away from the radiation at the fukushima plants and the highly radioactive water is leaking from four of the troubled nuclear reactors and they think it is seeping out from reactor number three the troublesome of the lot of them, and where we saw the workers trying to tackle the situation, and they received radioactive burns on their legs and feet because they were in a pool of radioactive water that seeped into the boots and were not protected enough for them they have actually absorbed radiation into their bodies, two of the workers have, and the doctors say the prognosis is not looking good. a bit of good news, finally, from japan, and that is tokyo's tap water and the radioactive isotopes they found on when is back in safe levels and has not stopped people fro
FOX News
Mar 23, 2011 4:00pm EDT
in the price of crude equals to a $40 billion withdrawal of funds from the u.s. economy. that's just america's stats of the take that around the world and see how bad it is to have crude go higher. this is a serious problem. we need to stop crude from going higher and certainly pulling the speculators from the market is a way to slow down the price movement because if you do not have reason to take delivery, you would not just be buying for a pure speculator to make money. >>neil: but you physically have to have the oil. interesting. thank you very much. >>guest: thank you for having me. >>neil: coalition forces flying 175 anythings over libya but they will not get him from the united arab emirates refusing to join blaming the decision on "u.s. policies toward bahrain," which is facing its own revolt. and our guest says if they will not get involved, why are we? the former head of the c.i.a. osama bin laden unit, and i don't buy their reason. how bahrain is an excuse, that strikes me as them getting cold feet on looking like they are participating in an arab crackdown. >>guest: i think it is
FOX News
Mar 24, 2011 4:00pm EDT
today taking out a libyan training jet and the u.s., france and britain all taking a lead role so far. but, but, but, just two arab jets are in the region along with two of their transport planes but we do not know if they are being used and no sign of the 24 jets promised and pulled by the united arab emirates and secretary of state, hillary clinton is satisfied but author of "the coming revolution," and expert on the middle east is not satisfied. these are the folks, the arab league that said to a nation, you have to do something about libya, we are behind you when you do, and they're not. what is going on? >>guest: that is the problem, the arab league asked the united nations and asked us and the europeans to intervene yet the arab league has huge resources. we are spending $100 million, i guess, each day on this operation and there are billions of petro dollars and more important you spoke about qatar with two planes are more and you have three other amendments that are allies, why were they not asked. >>neil: they were among the nations include will bahrain, algeria, egypt, jorda
FOX News
Mar 29, 2011 4:00pm EDT
community to step in are bothering to show up. this is u.s. taxpayer finding out how much they are paying. pentagon saying it is spending $55 million a day on bombs and missiles alone. analysts say if arab member dozen not want to play though and pay. i don't hear them volunteering on either count. what do you make of that? >>guest: look at the history of the arab and muslim world the last 20 years. with violent dictatorships, saddam in 1991, invading an arab neighbor, saddam hussein in 2003 and iran developing nuclear weapons which i can tell you i talked to arab government officials off the record and they are petrified of a nuclear iran. so why don't arab nations lead the charge against iran's nuclear weapons program? >>neil: what i am wandering is the participation, your participation early, as so many beg off. the arab league as a block voted together with libya being a member, being suspended, for the action, yet, few participating in it, and, in fact, outside of humanitarian show purposes, virtually no one and there is a big meeting in london to talk about it, only a third of the m
FOX News
Mar 17, 2011 4:00pm EDT
will not play. no-fly zone or u.s. attack on qadaffi would put the rebels in place and maybe free flowing oil would happen again and prices would retreat. $4 a barrel higher today, maybe it is back down so russia likes this. >>neil: what if muammar qaddafi makes good on threats to wipe out the rebels? the air raids would be moot. >>guest: they are moot until there are other protesters and another country says what about us? the uprising started in tunisia, spread to egypt, and then to libya, from country to country in the middle east and it will land itself in a major oil producer and prices will sky rock. $3.6 5 average for gas right now, how about $8 a gallon if there is a major civil war in the middle east? will we fight the battles? we can't do that. >>neil: the only direction is up. for oil and gas. >>guest: for the foreseeable direction. when fear prevails they go up. and when agreed prevails, prices go down. >>neil: now they want to get the reactor under control but you would wonder if japan is doing anything to hear the media. look at this. >> it seems to be spiraling out-of-control.
FOX News
Mar 16, 2011 4:00pm EDT
conclusions. >>neil: absolutely. japan has said they need u.s. military help to aid in the crisis and the crippled nuclear plant, for those who say our mounting debts is making us less of a superpower, have you ever noticed who the world comes running to, first, when disasters strikes? form attorney general ashcroft not at all surprised and he joins me. attorney general, very good to have you. it is remarkable we're the ones they come to. >>guest: there is in question about it. we may not always hear them chanting "usa, usa," at the olympics but if freedom is in the balance or this is a tragedy around the world, the chant "usa," goes up. we represent a set of values that is important to freedom and opportunity around the globe and so we need to be prepared to assume our leadership responsibility. >>neil: what do you make of the fact that also when crisis develop we generally end up seeing people flock to our safer investments like the treasury notes and bonds and not our stocks today, attorney general, but, certainly, to those, and we are a haven. what do we make of that in a worl
FOX News
Mar 21, 2011 4:00pm EDT
but a history of terrorism against american interests. i have interviewed victims of libyan terrorism. u.s. troops who were horribly disfigured in the 1985 disco bombing if germany when muammar qaddafi's operatives planted a bomb at a disco in berlin and injured dozens and dozens of u.s. troops. this is a guy with american blood on his hands and what is to stop him from lashing out again? will we have a situation where it is like iraq in 1991? we keep saddam in power and we enforce a no-fly zone at great expense for years, and then we end up going in and taking him out anyway. that's my fear in libya. but the biggest fear i have is, what comes after muammar qaddafi? i don't think there is any way to keep him in power now. >>neil: that is the argument, i know he is the clear devil we know and the one with the sinister and evil actions to follow but we don't know what comes after him and we do know the complete disruption after taking saddam down and all the problems that happened with that. who is to say we don't see a recurrence of all of that? >>guest: here is one thing to remember. al qa
FOX News
Mar 22, 2011 4:00pm EDT
. brazil is benefiting great what will be u.s. loans to tap oil off of their shore, provide jobs for that country, but the president and others have argued that it's a friend in our neck of the woods, not all the way across the world in the middle east, and net-net and good-good. what do you say? >>guest: i can understand we need these relationships in the future, but if you are going to do something for one country why not do it for yours on a lateral basis? >>neil: do you feel and i talk to many in your industry, that there is just antioil sentiment from this white house, and maybe out of congress, and maybe it was a feeling that was jittery after the b.p. oil spill but they will search and look for other am nationals, wind, solar, probably not nuclear, but anything but what you do is that a good read? >>guest: you know, they spend so many manhours and money trying to re-create a form of new energy and it is just not going to be out there. my kids will not live long enough so i think this country, to get back on focus and realize the oil is the strength of the world and we are
FOX News
Mar 28, 2011 4:00pm EDT
the no-fly zone to protect the people of libya. however, as you know, u.s. policy is to see muammar qaddafi gone, so squaring the contra digs between those two is going to be what the challenge is for the president tonight, and he also is going to trumpet the hand over to nato but folks in pentagon privately are saying they will be if this for a while. >>neil: and being sellish person that oil traders are, when we get reports that rebels have taken control or retaken control of oil port centers the oil prices subside and the volatility eases. not every day markets -- are the markets getting ahead of themselves? did they put this as an issue to rest from maturely? >> if you talk to folks at the pentagon, there are real concerns about the way forward even if the best-case-scenario happens, muammar qaddafi leaves or is taken out by some of his own people, the way forward on the ground in a very tribal culture of libya, is still a question mark. how that comes together, and how the oil is dealt with, and how a government is formed post muammar qaddafi, those are real questions. one poin
FOX News
Mar 7, 2011 4:00pm EST
they will be any friendlier to u.s. interests but some of the same protests railed against oil. so why the knee-jerk rush to throw cash at them? my guest says the u.s. should butt out, director of foreign policy at cato institution. >>guest: first we recognize that the protests have nothing to do with the united states at the outset as in tunisia and egypt. this is not what the protesters are protesting about in the crying for u.s. support. they are in charge, and they are doing a fair job of fighting for their freedom and the less we give qaddafi an excuse to treat this as foreign interference the more likely he will meet his untimely end. >>neil: what do you make of others like senator john kerry saying, look, we have to finance the democratic type efforts, not necessarily talking about the protesters in libya, but he was sim pathetic and a new movement should be started and paid for by us. >>guest: well i find this curious. the last 10 years it is as if it did not happen and we did not learn from support, supposedly, democratic reformers in iraq that we would not then be on the hook for carr
FOX News
Mar 30, 2011 4:00pm EDT
, there will be a debate over it if the u.s. does decide to do it. when you send weapons you have to send more than just weapons but trainers, as well, so it is a sign of increased involvement and officer what we have seen how the rebels fight and fire and thousand they drive back and forth and how they behave there will not be a rapid turn around. >>neil: be safe. in the meantime they attack our human rights record and now we are saying sinus up again reapplying for the second term on the u.n. human rights council, the council that wanted syria in and only recently kicked libya out. and now the foundation for the defense of democracy is trying to figure that one out. i don't know if i would like to be in that club. >>guest: you are, we are paying for the biggest share. >>neil: why are we so eager to be in the group that we were despising. >>guest: hope over experience? the policy of this administration is to try to engage with some of the worst of the worst and believe me at the human rights council that is where though gather. want to engage with the human rights abusers, that is a place to go. the id
FOX News
Mar 31, 2011 4:00pm EDT
is now calling all of the shots in libya but considering the u.s. gives close to half a billion dollars to nato every year, our next guest says well that really meaps we are calling the shots. former u.s. ambassador to the u.n., john bolton. what do you make of this change? is it a change? what? >> functionally it is really not much of a change. not just the money but the fact that the united states is still supplying the intelligencer surveillance and reconnaissance, the communication and top general of nato is an american. the top seed commander in the region is an american. there are americans involved at all levels of this. and the idea that somehow we have given up control over the operation may make president obama feel better but nobody else in the world is under any illusion that this is still functionally an american led operation. >> all right sox when the president talks about certainly no boots on the ground at least our boots on the ground and that we are beginning to hand over more and more to the european nation, the western powers, you don't believe that or you don't see
FOX News
Mar 1, 2011 4:00pm EST
is a candidate for the u.s. senate seat in texas. mike, you have been arguing it is about time, right? >>guest: it is about time. we should applaud the governor for what he is doing he recognizes he has a deficit and he needs to close the deficit and he needs the state senators back in the state so he can negotiate away to refinance his in debt innocence and if they don't come back, they are putting their, what they say their constituents are at risk and not being able do do what they are supposed to do. elections have repercussions. >>neil: is it fair to say that if these 14 who are holed up in illinois, for all of these budgetary issues, the deep cuts will come, regardless, right? >>guest: it is fair to say the cuts will come regardless but as elects officials we have a responsibility to be work at and a responsibility to make the argument, the case, for whatever the position we have taken and they are just not doing that. they made a decision to cut and run. opposed to trying to make the argument at home >>neil: i am worried both parties see this as a new strategy, that if the votes are tho
FOX News
Mar 3, 2011 4:00pm EST
? >>guest: he is right. the senator is one of the hidden treasures in the u.s. senate. he is an amazing person. >>neil: he knows his numbers. >>guest: he does. he is sound. mature. deliberative and a very good senator. and he is completely correct. what you want to do is we want to make this work. if we have to do it against the democrats, so be it. but i would rather do it with the democratic support with continuing resolutions and all of that. remember the continuing resolution, and your $45 with number or $44.8 billion number, the continuing resolution is $41 billion less than obama asked for so the continuing resolution already has a reduction of $41 billion a they have asked for an additional $4 billion and that is how it get up to $45 billion so they do a dollar here a dollar there and dirksen said a dollar here and a dollar this and pretty soon you are talking serious money. >>neil: but the bigger issue, what happens if the shutdown still happens? i understand there are procedures in place to avoid default or not paying off bondholders, they get to the top of the list. and in ord
FOX News
Mar 11, 2011 4:00pm EST
that the u.s. coastguard is searching for a man swept out to sea in california. a spokeswoman, tina walker. what can you tell us from your vantage point. how much damage there? >> we are still responding to it the advisories, until they are lifted. what we can say about the northern california coast especially crest sanity city that had damage there. there has been significant damage. we are aware the harbor has been damaged and damage to personal property, as well. unfortunately we don't have a lot of details of injuries to individuals but the information will be coming available. >> neil: the one person that was swept out to sea. obviously you put out warnings when a tsunami or even higher waves are en route to stay away from the water. many people like to challenge that. did a lot of people try to defy that? >> it's not uncommon for people want to get a visual. especially if you are in the field. i can't say it's typical behavior but regardless of what it is, it's not uncommon for those there to be injuries sustained by individuals. >> neil: i know you have so much work to do. we apprec
FOX News
Mar 15, 2011 4:00pm EDT
here at u.s. plants. this is as the quake hits supply parts. and a plant in lafayette, indiana, which builds is 150,000 vehicles at that plant, and toyota suspending overtime production at the north american plants because of a shortage of parts and now reaction from a widely respected wall street titan. and they are pulling back. that is not a surprise, but a sign of things to come. >>guest: this is a country that invented "just in time." and "just in time," only works when everything works and they are running in that situation. and it shows how global the world is and things could be made here but they depend on things made there. >> you would think they would have more on their shelves than just a week. >>guest: apparently not. >>neil: does this lead to a slow down? a second dip? another recession? >>guest: i don't, the global demand continues and is reconfigured and the japanese are resilient. a very, very sad thing that is happening but it is short-term in terms of the kind of impact on the world economy. the japanese economy, it is a junior hit. >>neil: for the japanese now wor
FOX News
Mar 18, 2011 4:00pm EDT
rights recommendation not for libya and the madman through but for ... us, for americans, here, and the u.s. is growing to most of them. can you not make this stuff up. saying essentially we're bad and we are essentially agreeing. i think that is the gist? >>guest: we are thanking them for the opportunity to engage in the exerts. >>neil: what is the exercise? what did they do or say? >>guest: this is part of the "reformed," human rights counsel of the u.n. and each country is reviewed by everyone else. in otherin other words now the s reviewed by the likes of, iran, north korea, cuecuba and libya. >>neil: they are judging us? that would be like me going to a fitness center and saying, guys, i want to see more sweat. you are kidding? >>guest: no, this is the u.n., the same process that just brought you a month of delay before they began work on getting serious on the no-fly zone. >>neil: where does it go? they put a report together that says, what are they saying? when it comes to human rights we abuse it? or what? >>guest: libya is concerned about america's treatment of its own indigenous p
FOX News
Mar 2, 2011 4:00pm EST
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